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The Golden Mile to Murder

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When a bobby's killed in Blackpool, Chief Inspector Charlie Woodend takes a ride through England's wild side to get to the bottom of a mystery.

The investigation into the brutal murder of a Blackpool policeman during holiday season was never going to be easy, but the case is not Chief Inspector Woodend's only problem. His new boss, DS Ainsworth, is just waiting for an opportunity to stick a knife in his back; and his invaluable assistant, Bob Rutter, has been replaced by a sergeant more intent on advancing her own career than helping him. Then, it appears, the Blackpool police seem to think it might be better if the killer were never found . . .

"Should give the reader a shiver or two." —Publishers Weekly

"Unique settings and psychological details supplement Woodend's usual antics: a surefire series addition." —Library Journal


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Publisher: Severn House Publishers

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  • Release date: September 1, 2012

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  • ISBN: 9781448300525
  • Release date: September 1, 2012

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  • ISBN: 9781448300525
  • File size: 450 KB
  • Release date: September 1, 2012

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When a bobby's killed in Blackpool, Chief Inspector Charlie Woodend takes a ride through England's wild side to get to the bottom of a mystery.

The investigation into the brutal murder of a Blackpool policeman during holiday season was never going to be easy, but the case is not Chief Inspector Woodend's only problem. His new boss, DS Ainsworth, is just waiting for an opportunity to stick a knife in his back; and his invaluable assistant, Bob Rutter, has been replaced by a sergeant more intent on advancing her own career than helping him. Then, it appears, the Blackpool police seem to think it might be better if the killer were never found . . .

"Should give the reader a shiver or two." —Publishers Weekly

"Unique settings and psychological details supplement Woodend's usual antics: a surefire series addition." —Library Journal


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